A feminine, romantic nursery in shades of soft pink, gray, and white with crystal accents, and vintage inspired accessories.
I wanted a nursery that was feminine and classic and that wasn't too babyish so Adalyn could grow into it. At first all I really knew is that I definitely wanted to use gray. I really found my inspiration when I came across the chandelier and a swatch of the gray and white damask fabric that is used in the bedding.
My style is a mix of classic and romantic. I have to have a touch of crystal in pretty much every room. :)
First of all, photography: Korie Lynn Photography www.korielynn.com
Crib: Simmons Santiago White Ambiance Crib N More
Dresser: Simmons Santiago White Ambiance Double Dresser (I replaced the white knobs that the dresser came with with crystal knobs that I actually found online from Lowes.)
Hutch: Simmons Santiago White Ambiance Double Hutch
Bookcase: Pottery Barn Kids
Glider and Ottoman: Little Castle in Valetti Silver
Mirrored side table: Target
Chandelier: Mia Chandelier Pottery Barn Kids
Bedding: Custom made by Polkatots www.polkatotdesigns.com
Drapes: Onlylinens on etsy.com
Gray and white damask throw pillow: JCarterHandmade on etsty.com
Pink throw pillow with white rose: Bedbuggs on etsy.com
Frames above crib: Hobby Lobby and Michael's
Lamp: Home Goods (I added the pink ribbon and the rose on the shade)
Mirrors: Hobby Lobby
Accessories: I collected them from various places
Bow holder frame: That was a pinterest project. I bought a frame from Hobby Lobby, painted it white and stapled and hot glued the ribbon onto it. Super easy!
Giraffe: Melissa and Doug Toys (That was a gift from grandpa :))
Gray Paint: Sherwin Williams "Knitting Needles"
Pink Paint: Glidden Pofessional custom mix. Color came from an ICI paint deck, as Glidden Professional used to be ICI. The color is a mix between "Almost Pink" and "Cradle Pink."
My favorite items in the room are the gallery wall above the crib, the chandelier, and the fabrics.
Come up with a plan before before you start purchasing items. It's important to find furniture and accessories that will work in your space. As far as style, find what inspires you and build off of that.